26 August 2016

BARNES. — On 7 August, the Revd John Barwick Barnes: Vicar of Arkes­den with Wicken Bonhunt (1965-71); St Mary the Virgin, Great Ilford (1971-99); Hon. Canon of Chelmsford (1995-99); aged 84.

BAXTER. — On 21 August, the Revd Stanley Robert Baxter: Assist­ant Curate of Far Headingley, in charge of St Oswald’s (1980-82); Priest-in-Charge of St Margaret’s, Leeds (1982-87); All Hallows’, Leeds, with Wrangthorn (1985-87); St Margaret and All Hallows, Leeds (1987-93); Director of the Leeds Centre for Urban Theo­logical Studies (1988-93); Associate Chap­lain of Leeds Uni­versity (1991-93); Joint Director of the Holy Rood House Centre for Health and Pas­toral Care (1993-2007); Priest-in-Charge of Topcliffe (1993-95); NSM (1995-96); Thirsk (1996-2007); Chap­lain of North Yorkshire and York Primary Care Trust (2203-07); Director of Mission since 2007; Chief Executive of Hexthorpe Manor Community since 2007; aged 84.

HUNT. — On 11 August, the Revd Ian Carter Hunt: Vicar of St Paul’s, Northampton (1970-91); Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (1981-99); Vicar of All Hallows’, Wellingborough (1991-99); Chap­lain of Allnutt’s Hospital, Goring Heath (1999-2012); aged 82.

MOORE. — On 26 July, the Revd Richard Noel Moore: Rector of Clondehorky (1960-66); Stranorlar with Kilteevogue and Meenglas (1966-76); Glendermott (1976-2000); Canon of Derry Cathedral (1989-2000); aged 82.

WELCH — On 18 August, the Revd Grant Keith Welch: Vicar of Cinderhill (1968-73); Rector of St Peter’s, Weston Favell (1973-88); Master of St John’s Hospital, Wes­ton Favell (1973-88); Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (1983-88); Priest-in-Charge of Great Hough­ton (1984-85); Assistant Curate of St John’s, Loughton (1989-92); Team Rector in the St John’s Team Ministry, Loughton (1992-2005); Area Dean of Epping Forest (2000-04); aged 76.

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